Cassini viewed Saturn from a position well south of the ring plane on August 19, 2012. Just at the top edge of the image is a little icy moon, Tethys. Pandora is also in the frame but is too small and dim to be visible in this version of the image.
Original images: W1724103807_1, W1724103840_1, W1724103873_1. Calibrated with IMG2PNG. Tethys was processed separately from Saturn because of its apparent motion from frame to frame.
Here is Pandora, visible only when the image is greatly stretched:
NASA / JPL / SSI / Emily Lakdawalla
Pandora barely visible
Because Pandora moved in the time separating frames, it appears as a red-green-blue triplet of dots just above the F ring.